Posted Dec 3rd 2012 3:30PM
Rhys Millen Racing has put a few interesting vehicles up for sale. Buyers can now get their hands on both of Millen's 2011 Hyundai Veloster Global RallyCross racers. Both cars competed in the 2011 and 2012 Global RallyCross championships as well as the X-Games. Expect to find a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine with a 45mm restrictor, and both cars come with a spate of spares to get you racing and keep you there. Both of those machines will be for sale staring January 1, 2013. No pricing has been released for either as of yet, but we've reached out to see about how much the machines will cost you.
Want something a little more... different? RMR has also put up a 2001 Hyundai Accent WRC EVO 3.5. The team bought the car to supply parts for its other racing efforts, and while most of the components were stripped for the Global RallyCross cars, the chassis itself was never used. Right now, the machine can be set up as either a left-hand or right-hand driver, and comes with plenty of spares as well. If you want it, shine up your US$135,000 and contact RMR by heading over to the team's site.
Looks like Rhys Millen is cleaning house after Hyundai announced it would no longer participate in North American motorsports.
Click here to watch the Veloster in Global RallyCross action.